KLUK

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For the Polish naturalist, see Jan Krzysztof Kluk.
For the airport serving Cincinnati, Ohio assigned the ICAO code KLUK, see Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport.
KLUK
City of license Needles, California
Broadcast area Kingman, Lake Havasu, Laughlin, Bullhead City AZ/NV
Branding Lucky 98 FM
Slogan Rockin' the River
Frequency 97.9 MHz
Translator(s) 101.5 K268AC (Kingman)
103.9 K280DL (Lake Havasu City)
First air date 1991
Format Classic rock
ERP 29,500 watts
HAAT 473 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 8385
Transmitter coordinates 35°2′6″N 114°22′9″W / 35.03500°N 114.36917°W / 35.03500; -114.36917Coordinates: 35°2′6″N 114°22′9″W / 35.03500°N 114.36917°W / 35.03500; -114.36917
Callsign meaning K LUcKy 98
Owner Cameron Broadcasting, Inc.
Sister stations KFLG-FM, KNKK-FM, KZZZ, KAAA, KFLG
Webcast Listen Live
Website lucky98fm.com

KLUK (97.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic rock format. Licensed to Needles, California, USA, it serves the entire "Tri-State" area including Lake Havasu, Kingman, Laughlin/Bullhead City and Needles, California. The station is currently owned by Cameron Broadcasting, Inc. and features TnT Radio Empire and Star in The Afternoon. Lucky 98 FM is the only live and local Classic Rock station in the area.

Translators[edit]

KLUK also broadcasts on the following translators:

Broadcast translators of KLUK
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
K268AC 101.5 Kingman, Arizona 10 D FCC
K280DL 103.9 Lake Havasu City, Arizona 10 D FCC

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